working in a pharmacy

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if a very healthy looking young lady hands you a perscription ,you can assume she
a.has broughtit on behalf of someone else
b.is not sick
c.is sick.
d.came from the doctors office
my answer is d

  • working in a pharmacy -

    I wouldn't assume any of those. Not enough information to make this kind of guess.

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